Greenskeeper.Org Awards Golf Courses Worth the Green Fee 2017
Greenskeeper.org proudly presents it’s Worth the Green Fee Awards for 2017.
“Worth the Green Fee” is awarded to golf courses open to the public listed on Greenskeeper.org that stand out above the rest with our site users at providing a consistent, quality golf experience at an outstanding price.
Let’s face it, golf can be expensive. It doesn’t have to be. All you have to know is where to play to get your best value and that’s something Greenskeeper.org excels. In addition to helping golfers decide where to play their next round of golf based on reviews, ratings, and maintenance alerts, we’ve recently introduced our GK Coupons service to extend their deals directly to our golfers.
How Awards Winners Are Determined
Golf Course reviews and ratings submitted by our 70,000+ Greenskeeper.org community are tabulated over 12 months. Winners are determined for each area.
We divide awards into 11 sections — Inland Empire, Los Angeles County, Orange County, Palm Springs Area, San Diego County, Santa Barbara County, Ventura County, Southern California, Central California, Northern California and Southern Nevada.
We provide the list below in no particular order. This is done on purpose. Any golf course that provides outstanding value to their region should not overshadow other golf courses simply because of their location. We understand the golfing public mostly stay within their geographic boundaries. Knowing where to play in your area is important.
Editor’s Note: Johnny GK and Greenskeeper.Org has been recognized by the California Golf Course Owners Association as Good for the Game of Golf in 2017. Shows you that both golfers and golf course operators understand the benefit of working with Greenskeeper.Org. We are the RESOURCE where avid and casual golfers come to make their decision where to play their next round. “Know Before You Go”® with Greenskeeper.Org. You’ll be glad you did.
And Now our Winners for Worth the Green Fees for 2017 (in no particular order). . .
Click on images below to visit their Golf Course Home Page on Greenskeeper.Org.